McCall Zerboni
Women's National Team

McCall Zerboni

Midfielder Caps/Goals - 7/0
  • Date of Birth

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  • Hometown

    Camarillo, Calif.

  • Club

    NC Courage

McCall Zerboni, long one of the top midfielders in the NWSL, was called in as an injury replacement for the USA’s match against Korea Republic in Cary, N.C. in October of 2017. She earned her first cap when she entered the match at halftime. Zerboni, who was just a few months shy of her 31st birthday when she debuted, became the oldest player to earn a first cap for the U.S. WNT. She earned her second and first start on June 7, going the entire 90 minutes in center midfield and earning Player of the Game honors, and earned her third coming off the bench at halftime on July 26 against Japan in Kansas City. She earned her fourth cap as the USA first substitute vs. Australia on July 29, and fifth against Brazil on Aug. 2, 2018.

2017: Started in 25 games and played for 2,197 minutes. She recorded three goals and an assist during the 2017 season. She was voted to the league’s Best XI and reached her 100th NWSL regular season appearance on August 19, 2017 against the Washington Spirit.

2016: Acquired by the Flash on June 14, via trade with Boston Breakers. Made 8 starts for the Breakers. Started in 11 out of 12 matches played and tallied one assist for the Flash.

2015: Appeared in 18 of Portland’s 20 matches (all starts). Made her 60th career NWSL start against Washington on Aug. 30. Started and logged 90 minutes in four consecutive matches (July 26-Aug. 9). Returned to the starting lineup after her suspension against Seattle on July 22. Served a two-game suspension, following a red card against FC Kansas City on June 19 and missed both games against Sky Blue FC (July 3-11). Started in 23 consecutive matches, dating back to the 2014 season. Appeared in her 50th career NWSL regular-season match against Houston on May 23. One of two Thorns FC players to play all 90 minutes in each of the club’s first six matches this season. Surpassed 4,000 minutes for her NWSL career in a 2-2 draw at Chicago on April 25, starting and playing 90 minutes for a third straight match. Started her second consecutive match, playing 90 minutes in a 1-0 shutout win against the Western New York Flash on April 18. Made her Thorns FC debut, starting and playing 90 minutes in a 4-1 against the Boston Breakers, her 45th career NWSL appearance, on April 11.

2014: With the Western New York Flash was one of nine players in the NWSL to appear in all 24 matches (23 starts) during the regular season. Ranked seventh in the league in minutes played (2,036). Recorded three goals and two assists. Tallied the game-winning goal in a 5-0 win against Thorns FC on June 7. Tallied the Flash’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Portland on May 21.

2013: Selected as the Flash’s captain for the second-consecutive season.

2012: Stayed with the Flash when the team moved to the WPSL Elite for the 2012 season. Was appointed captain of the team and led the Flash to another championship.

2011: Signed with the Western New York Flash for the 2011 WPS season. Helped the team to the regular season title and the WPS Championship title.

2010: In the 2009 WPS Expansion Draft, Zerboni signed with the Atlanta Beat. Made 20 appearances with the club.

2009: Chosen as the 47th overall pick in the 2009 WPS Draft by the Los Angeles Sol. Made 10 appearances and earned four starts throughout the season. Had three points on one goal and one assist.

College: She scored a hat trick in the first round of the NCAA tournament in her senior year, becoming only the 16th player in UCLA history to do so. Was also named MVP for UCLA’s season. Ended the year with 20 points on seven goals and six assists.